Digipuncture neural technique is a manual therapy targeting specific muscular trigger points to reduce acidity and inflammation, enhance the area's oxygenation and blood flow circulation, stimulate the immune system, break adhesions, stimulate tendons, activate or release the muscles depending on the treatment protocol based on our diagnosis focusing on the real cause not only symptoms. This technique helps the body to shift the load and pressure from articulations and joints to muscles functioning improperly (stiff, weak, injured and compensating muscles) to create an auto-healing correction system called neuromuscular reprogramming.
1. Sports Injury (Sprain, Fracture, Traumatic Shock, Tendinitis,...)
2. Chronic Pain ( Migraines, Neck Pain, Low Back Pain, Herniated Disc,...)
3. Digestive Problems (Constipation, Diarrhea, Bloating,...)
4. Postural Problems ( Rounded Shoulders, Scoliosis, Shifted hips, Forward Neck)
5. Cupping, Acupuncture and Myofascial Release6. Rehabilitation ( Corrective Exercise, Proprioception, Stretching,...)
Back pain and Sciatica
According to the World Health Organization, low back pain is so prevalent that up to 70% of us experience it at least once in our lifetime. For many of us, this pain becomes a chronic issue. We not only get our patients better faster, but their pain is less, and their function has improved.
Shoulder injury is extremely painful and debilitating. Even simple everyday tasks such as pushing, pulling and reaching can take a toll on your shoulders.
Not only can the pain hinder your ability to perform daily activities, but it may be a sign that you have a deeper injury. A physical therapist can evaluate your shoulder and create a treatment plan for your specific condition. Getting the right treatment as quickly as possible is necessary to maintain maximum mobility.
Elbow, Wrist and Hand Pain
When you think about it, we use our elbows, wrists and hands for many things during the day for just normal activities. We use our elbows, wrists and hands for driving, preparing food, dressing and much more. As a matter of fact, we rely on these upper extremities for daily living. If you’re experiencing pain in your elbows, wrists or hands, your daily function can become very limited.
Neck Pain and Headache
Your neck is an incredibly sensitive and complex part of your body. For this reason, neck pain can be debilitating. It can also be scary and stressful, especially when you aren’t sure of the cause of the pain, or have a clear understanding of when the pain may go away. Neck Pain & Headaches can come in a wide variety of forms. It can be chronic or acute, sharp or dull, but whatever the type and cause, all neck pain shares one clear detail in common: It needs to be addressed, and quickly.
Hip & Knee Pain
The knees and hips are the body’s largest joints. Hip pain may be on the outside of your hip, upper thigh or outer buttock. The pain may occur when resting, walking or participating in some kind of activity. Hip and Knee Pain is a common complaint of many people. Its signs and symptoms may include more than just pain. There may be swelling, stiffness, instability, popping noises or the inability to fully straighten the knee. Both hip and knee pain can be persistent and limit mobility and activities.
Ignoring your neck pain can lead to complications with your injury and in some situations can even lead to worsened pain! The smart thing to do is to get help—and as quickly as possible.
Foot and Ankle pain
When your feet hurt, your whole body hurts. It might seem like your foot is such a small component of your body, and so it shouldn’t have that much of an impact on how you feel all over, but this just isn’t the case. Your feet are essential to mobility. When you experience pain with every step, your entire day becomes a series of attempts to avoid movement so to avoid further pain. After experiencing a Foot and Ankle Pain, physical therapy can help you get back in motion without having to deal with ongoing pain. Targeted exercises and stretching techniques can make a huge difference in dealing with foot pain.
Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts more than 12 weeks. It is different from acute pain, and it can persist for many months. When you have chronic pain, the brain continues to send pain signals even after an injury has healed. Chronic pain can occur in different locations of the body for different reasons. It’s important to accurately diagnose the root cause of chronic pain so it can be effectively treated. Typically, a health care professional will take a pain history from the patient along with ordering tests to determine an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan.
Arthritis is a debilitating disease that affects over more than 54 million. It’s also the most common disability, making it difficult for many people to perform daily activities without experiencing pain. The pain and inability to perform normal routines often increase with time. If you’re living with this condition, a physical therapist may be able to help you eliminate arthritis pain and increase your mobility.
Pre and Post Surgery Rehab
Pre-Surgical Rehab therapy is a treatment program by a physical therapist designed to help you achieve greater outcomes after surgery. Also known as “pre-hab therapy,” pre-surgical therapy is recommended by healthcare professionals approximately one month prior to surgery. No matter what type of surgery you’re recovering from—from joint replacements to a heart valve replacement—undergoing rehab after surgery with a physical therapist is essential to maximize your physical potential, accelerate your recovery, and help you get the most out of the highly skilled interventions provided by your surgical team.
A physical therapist will evaluate and treat individuals with movement difficulties due to an injury or disease of the nervous system. A physical therapist will develop a plan of care using a variety of treatment techniques to help restore function and help you move better with a neurological condition, such as Parkinson’s disease or stroke. Neurological Disorders are challenging and having a team of physical therapists on your side is very beneficial. Studies have shown that physical therapy is very beneficial to those who suffer from neurological conditions.
The temporomandibular joint connects the jaw to the skull. If there is an injury to this joint or it becomes damaged, it can cause TMJ Dysfunction syndrome. TMJ can also be caused by a misalignment of the teeth, gum chewing, arthritis, teeth grinding or jaw injury. Symptoms of this TMJ disorder include pain in the jaw, jaw popping, headaches, sore jaw muscles, locking of the jaw, pain in the temple and earache. It’s important to realize that the temporomandibular joint is a complex and important structure comprised of bones, tendons, and muscles, and you may have pain on one or both sides of the jaw.
This is a condition where there is a build-up of protein-rich fluid causing tissue swelling. Swelling can occur in any part of the body but is most frequently seen in the arms/hands and legs/feet
Most of us can deal with a little pain. We may have the occasional ache from overdoing it at the gym or a twinge from bumping our shins on the bed, but most of the time we can ignore it, take an anti-inflammatory and go about our day. But when pain is widespread throughout your body and is accompanied by fatigue, changes in mood and sleep patterns, you may be dealing with a more serious physiological condition. Sound familiar? Call us to find out more about your symptoms and get a jump start to recovery.
Balance and Gait Disorders
There are a lot of injuries that can trigger a balance or gait disorder, from foot and ankle injuries to concussions and head or neck injuries. The ability to balance and hold yourself without issue is a full-body effort, requiring the support of your inner ears and eyes, your muscles and joints, your nervous system and last but not least, your cognitive function.
Whether impacted by a heart attack or stroke, affected by surgical complications, afflicted by illness or coping with the lingering pain following an injury, finding support for your balance and gait can improve your quality of life by allowing you peace of mind as you go about your regular business.
To maintain a proper Neutral Posture whether static or dynamic is very important to carry out day to fay activities pain free. A complete Postural Screening is done after which required treatment and exercise regime is set to reset your posture.
Vertigo Rehab Dizziness is common and can have many causes. Vertigo, however, is a little different. While dizziness is typically synonymous with “light headedness,” which creates the illusion of being unsteady, vertigo is typically a response to a physiological factor that is causing a quite literal imbalance in your body. Those experiencing vertigo have reported feeling as if they are “rocking” or “spinning,” even when they are sitting still.
Physical therapy for dizziness and vertigo is a common and effective course of treatment.
Young athletes typically learn early on those injuries can happen to anyone, and even amateur athletes and those who are just starting out with exercise and sports can develop an injury. In fact, those who are new to athletic pursuits are actually at a higher risk of developing an injury, as you have not had as much practice with the tasks and movements that are required of your body during the activity.
The best treatment for a Sports Injuries will depend on several factors, including the severity of the injury, the type of the injury, and any other personal health concerns that may have an impact on your recovery. Working with a physical therapist soon after experiencing an injury can help you to recover faster, helping you to get back to work and play as quickly as possible.
There are several types of injuries that often occur in the workplace. It’s important to note that if these injuries aren’t treated in a timely manner, they could get worse and even lead to secondary conditions, such as osteoarthritis.
Considering the difficulty most people face after experiencing a work injury, it’s imperative that an individual recovers as quickly as possible. If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, call us today to receive the treatment you need.
Wrist injuries are becoming increasingly common, especially with the widespread use of mobile devices that require constant typing and scrolling. These injuries can range from mild sprains to more severe conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation of wrist injuries, as it can help to relieve pain, restore range of motion, and improve overall wrist function. Some common physiotherapy techniques used in the treatment of wrist injuries include manual therapy, stretching and strengthening exercises, and modalities such as heat and ice therapy. In addition, ergonomic changes may be recommended to prevent future injuries, such as adjusting the position of computer keyboards and mobile devices, taking frequent breaks, and performing regular stretches throughout the day. Overall, with the right physiotherapy techniques and proper care, most individuals can expect to fully recover from wrist injuries and regain their normal level of function.